The Aberration of Clocks and the Clock Paradox

von Herbert E. Ives

The Aberration of Clocks and the Clock Paradox
Herbert E. Ives

In: Journal of the Optical Society of America, Sept. 1937, Volume 27,  No. 9

In a preceding paper,1 I have schown that clocks experiencing the Larmor-Lorentz frequency change are altered in setting by transport by exactly the amount necessary to make the measured times of transit of light signals invariant on a uniformly moving body, subject to the Fitzgerald contraction. Study of this change of setting suggests that if clocks
are transported over the same measured distance at different times, when the velocity of the observing platform is different, their settings should differ.



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